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. >> the carnage and the city left in their wake. activists say that dozens of people were killed when at least one rocket hit this mosque. they say that most of the .asualties were civilians > >> there is a large number of dead and injured. for now, so many civilians are trying to run away. >> more than 500,000 palestinian refugees in syria live here. but the cast also include members of the liberation of the palestinian general command. their leader is said to leave anti-chairman forces. is the first time it was hit. the president's forces have been fighting for weeks. activists say that the air strike on the campus the sixth such attack in the area. the videos show the damage caused by continuous artillery and rocket chilling in this city. many residential buildings were destroyed. shellings in thisng'rocket city. many residential buildings were destroyed. many of the dead included women and children. sunday's attack came as rebels fought to gain ground in and near damascus and beyond. >> at least six people have been killed in a series of bomb blast in northern iraq. at least 25 more were wound
's the president of an atheist group in the bible belt, oklahoma city. >> we're not anti-religious, but we're pro secular. >> reporter: in the past three members membership has jumped from 300 members to well over 1,000. >> i do think it getting better. >> reporter: a college professor is one of them, she says the public mood on atheist is changing even here. >> there are still people who are marching in the parade at halloween yelling out you're going to hell and stuff like that. but there were more people who weren't. and i think that's going to keep going, i think that's the trend. >> reporter: researchers call them the nones, those who check the none box when asked to describe their religious affiliation, and they've doubled since 1990. we're not necessarily becoming more secular, are we? >> maybe a little bit. >> reporter: kerry funk is the senior researchers on that study and says it's a complicated question, because being unaffiliated isn't necessarily the same as not having faith. >> 68% of the unaffiliated say they brief in god or a universal spirit. more than a third describe themselves
human interhavings from the useful to the residual and the destructive. cities each have their own culture. in san francisco, a greeting to a stranger is likely to be returned n new york, ignored and in los angeles responded to with frigid rage. [laughter] likewise, of course, there's our beautiful american culture. it can be found most readily in our jokes, puns or illusions and the illusions of stand-up comedy or television commercials. they're the most powerful and cohesive. here's a great television commercial we saw at the super bowl. there's a holocaust of some time, a city's buried in rubble. later tough trucks of the manufacturer's brand emerge one by one, and the truck drivers get out to congratulate each other, all glad to be alive having had the wisdom to purchase so great a truck. and one survivor says to another, have a twinkie. [laughter] so what do we have here, but an illusion to a magnificent american myth; an urban legend taken from the very schoolyard where we've told ourselves for 50 years twinkies have a shelf life of 10 million years. [laughter] so why might p
as mayor in the city of san diego. joe baca has been a strong advocate for california's agricultural industry while in congress. he has worked on behalf of the workers themselves, making sure they received the civil and legal rights they deserved. congresswoman laura richardson has worked hard to keep america safe as a member of the homeland security committee. her constituents are unwavering and she will be missed next year. california is a large state with many needs and priorities, but our delegation is strong. during the time in office, these members have been esteemed colleagues and it's been an honor to work along side of them. their knowledge, passion and commitment to public service will be greatly missed in these halls. and i wish to thank each of them for their service and wish them the best in the next adventure. i yield back. mr. miller: i recognize congresswoman eshoo. ms. eshoo: i want to thank -- did you want to know how much time you had left first? the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman has 29 minutes. mr. miller: we're fine. thank you. you're fine. ms. eshoo: thank
the cities of europe to be destroyed it is just as what we were thinking could happen with cyber war. so we call them the lawyers and everyone agreed on a civilian targets was a war crime but fdr was not going to war but he used the moral authority for the combat since to agree right there not to bomb from the air by the end of the day he had the agreement from everybody they all agreed they would not bomb from the air with civilian targets there was announcements and penalties intel about one year into the war churchill said i will show you how that works when the docks were hit now we will balm berlin. hither says one bomb on berlin is 100 dog london and announces the blitz and destroy as london from the air. the british and the americans by the end of the war no one had the nerve to bring charges of nuremberg for the civilian bombing from the air. that tells us even with the agreement how those laws would play out. we could not contain a cyber war any more than bombing from the air. so we are a nation of fools it will not protect us in a significant way. to create a significant problem h
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